11/27– Bronco McKart (56-10-1, 34 KO’s) vs. Miguel Angel Munguia (29-30-1, 25 KO’s) – U.S.A.
The 42 year old McKart is still at it. The former light middleweight and middleweight title holder picked up a win over Dan Wallace a few months ago after being stopped by Anthony Mundine last year. Munguia’s record speaks for itself.
*McKart won by fifth round TKO
11/29– Koki Eto (14-3-1, 10 KO’s) vs. Yodmongkol Vor Saengthep (33-2, 20 KO’s) – Thailand
Eto makes the first defense of the interim WBA World flyweight title that he won in August from Kompayak Porpramook. Saengthep holds the WBC Youth World light flyweight title, and is undefeated in last 26 bouts.
* Saengthep won via 12th round knockout
11/30–Xiong Zhao Zhong (21-4-1, 11 KO’s) vs. Lookrak Kiatmungmee (7-4, 4 KO’s) – China
The WBC minimum-weight is on the line. Zhong won the vacant strap a year ago, and has defended it one time, winning a 12 round decision over Denver Cuello earlier this year. Kiatmungmee held the WBC Asian Boxing Council minimum-weight title back in 2006, but is 1-4 in his last five outings, and hasn’t fought in nearly two years.
11/30– Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr. (17-1-1, 9 KO’s) vs. Zolani Tete (17-3, 15 KO’s) – Mexico
IBF super flyweight champ Sanchez comes in on a 10 fight winning streak for this non-title bout, his second since winning back the vacant title in June. Tete comes in off a first round stoppage of Eduard Penerio, but in his last four bouts, he’s lost two: both being IBF title eliminators, which explains why this isn’t a title bout.
11/30– Jorge Paez Jr. (36-4-1, 21 KO’s) vs. Ivan Hernandez (29-4, 23 KO’s) – Mexico
In the Sanchez Jr.-Tete co-feature, “El Maromerito” looks to continue his winning streak, now at nine, against Hernandez, who’s fought once in the last two and a half years: a knockout win in August over then undefeated Antonio Orozco.
11/30– Jeff Lacy (25-4, 17 KO’s) vs. Martin Verdin (20-16-2, 11 KO’s) – U.S.A.
After dropping three of his last four fights, “Left Hook” returns after a three year hiatus. The former super-middleweight world champ faces the standard come-back opponent in Verdin, who’s 2-1-1 this year.
11/30– Aaron Pryor Jr. (18-7, 12 KO’s) vs. Kurtiss Colvin (9-1, 8 KO’s) – U.S.A.
Pryor began to step up his level of competition in 2011, and lost four straight. Since then he’s won two bouts, both this year, with one stoppage. He fought Adonis Stevenson in 2011 and to his credit, lasted a lot longer that Chad Dawson did; he made it to the ninth round before being stopped. The heavy handed Colvin has made an impressive looking record on less than impressive opposition. His lone defeated came at the hands of DonYil Livingston in 2011.
11/30– Paul Spadafora (48-0-1, 19 KO’s) vs. Johan Perez (17-1-1, 12 KO’s) – U.S.A.
The undefeated “Pittsburgh Kid” has had his troubles, but he’s still managed to make it this far without losing. The former world lightweight champ now holds the NABF light welterweight title and looks to pick up the interim WBA World light welterweight title this weekend. Perez held this belt last year, but lost it to Pablo Cesar Cano in a close technical decision.
12/3– Daiki Kameda (29-3, 18 KO’s) vs. Liborio Solis (15-3-1, 7 KO’s) – Japan
Champions look to unify two titles in the super flyweight division Tuesday night. Kameda, who won the title in his last outing against Rodrigo Guerrero, holds the IBF super flyweight title, and Solis is the WBA World super flyweight champ, a title he won in May by defeating Kohei Kono. Prior to that, he held the interim WBA World super flyweight title.
12/3– Katsunari Takayama (25-6, 10 KO’s) vs. Vergilio Silvano (17-2-1, 10 KO’s) – Japan
Takayama defends the IBF minimum-weight title for the first time after defeating Mario Rodriguez in March. He hit a rough patch over his last few outings, losing in three world title bouts and having one ruled a no contest. He had short stint as the WBC minimum-weight champ in 2005, and the interim WBA title holder in 2006. Silvano hasn’t lost since 2007, and holds the Philippines Boxing Federation and WBO Oriental light flyweight titles.
12/3– Tomoki Kameda (28-0, 18 KO’s) vs. Immanuel Naidjala (17-0-1, 11 KO’s) – Japan
Rounding out the world title triple header, WBO bantamweight champion Kameda makes the first defense of the title after winning over then undefeated Paulus Ambunda in August. He’s held a bunch of regional titles before he became a world champ: the WBC Silver, WBC Youth, NABF, FECARBOX, and WBC Youth Intercontinental titles were all his at some point, and all in the bantamweight division. The undefeated challenger has also held a few titles of his own: once holding the interim WBO Africa and currently in possession of the IBF International titles.